Levi Ski Map

Lapland, Finland

Levi Ski Map

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Levi ski resort in Lapland, Finland, is one of Finland's largest ski resorts. The resort is within the arctic circle and in the mid-summer the sun never sets. The Levi ski area is a popular destination for Cross country with over 200km of cross-country tracks. However, downhill alpine skiing is also on offer. The resort is broken down in to 4 ski areas which are all connected. These are the “Northeast”, “South”, “Front” and “West” slopes which all offer a variety of skiing and snow sports that cater to all abilities. The resort is well connected, and ski buses run frequently between the ski areas.

The pistes are mainly easy blues and reds, which suits intermediates and beginners well. For starters, Levi ski resort is well catered to young skiers and children who want to learn how to ski and snowboard. There is a dedicated kids area near Levi Centre on the “front slopes” which is open from 9.30am to 5pm, although many of the other lifts at Levi ski resort stay open until 7pm. Lastenmaan sompahissi 1 is a popular button lift which connects to a 200 metre gentle blue run for first time skiers and kids. The “south slopes” also offer a safe and easy skiing environment for children to learn, with a separate “Leevilandian sompahissi” skiing area for beginners. There is also a button lift near the ski village of Draivi located on the Northeast slopes of the ski resort. In addition to this, there is an activity park located in the west slopes, at the foot of the Avionna gondola.

For intermediates, the resort is almost completely at your disposal. Whilst the height and elevation levels on the pistes are not quite up to those found in the Alps, the variety of skiing is still impressive. Also, it means that there are few runs that would be considered a “black” in the Alps, and intermediate skiers can go almost everywhere knowing that the runs will be consistently well pisted and very accessible. One of the best features for intermediate skiers is the night skiing that is available at Levi ski resort. Frequently there are a range of slopes open which are completely floodlit, across the resort. In fact, some of the beginner button lifts also have night skiing available. However, the larger slopes are best for intermediates at night. The 1.3km Avionna ski run at the heart of the resort is a good starting point for intermediates wanting to explore. From here, you can reach most areas of the ski resort, such as the slightly quieter souteastern slopes. The scenery from here includes views of the surrounding valleys, along with extensive views towards lake Ahvenjarvi.

Overall, Levi ski resort is a unique location with charming ski villages and excellent modern facilities with everything on hand that you could possibly need. Be sure to check out the Levi piste map before you go, and start planning your trip.

Size: Small

45km

Resort Altitude: Low

200m

Ski Range

531m
202m

Pistes Available

43

021184

Lifts

27

24 drags
1 chairs
2 cabins
Opens 12.10.2021 to 03.05.2022

Available Activities

SkiBoardHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

2

Transfer Information

Kittila

16km

Av. Transfer time

0.5hr

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Levi ski resort in Lapland, Finland, is one of Finland's largest ski resorts. The resort is within the arctic circle and in the mid-summer the sun never sets. The Levi ski area is a popular destination for Cross country with over 200km of cross-country tracks. However, downhill alpine skiing is also on offer. The resort is broken down in to 4 ski areas which are all connected. These are the “Northeast”, “South”, “Front” and “West” slopes which all offer a variety of skiing and snow sports that cater to all abilities. The resort is well connected, and ski buses run frequently between the ski areas.

The pistes are mainly easy blues and reds, which suits intermediates and beginners well. For starters, Levi ski resort is well catered to young skiers and children who want to learn how to ski and snowboard. There is a dedicated kids area near Levi Centre on the “front slopes” which is open from 9.30am to 5pm, although many of the other lifts at Levi ski resort stay open until 7pm. Lastenmaan sompahissi 1 is a popular button lift which connects to a 200 metre gentle blue run for first time skiers and kids. The “south slopes” also offer a safe and easy skiing environment for children to learn, with a separate “Leevilandian sompahissi” skiing area for beginners. There is also a button lift near the ski village of Draivi located on the Northeast slopes of the ski resort. In addition to this, there is an activity park located in the west slopes, at the foot of the Avionna gondola.

For intermediates, the resort is almost completely at your disposal. Whilst the height and elevation levels on the pistes are not quite up to those found in the Alps, the variety of skiing is still impressive. Also, it means that there are few runs that would be considered a “black” in the Alps, and intermediate skiers can go almost everywhere knowing that the runs will be consistently well pisted and very accessible. One of the best features for intermediate skiers is the night skiing that is available at Levi ski resort. Frequently there are a range of slopes open which are completely floodlit, across the resort. In fact, some of the beginner button lifts also have night skiing available. However, the larger slopes are best for intermediates at night. The 1.3km Avionna ski run at the heart of the resort is a good starting point for intermediates wanting to explore. From here, you can reach most areas of the ski resort, such as the slightly quieter souteastern slopes. The scenery from here includes views of the surrounding valleys, along with extensive views towards lake Ahvenjarvi.

Overall, Levi ski resort is a unique location with charming ski villages and excellent modern facilities with everything on hand that you could possibly need. Be sure to check out the Levi piste map before you go, and start planning your trip.

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